Friday Live Arts Magazine
Genevieve Randall previews an awards program, concerts, plays, a film festival, and more on the March 14th program.
Suzanne Wise from the Nebraska Arts Council talks about the Governor’s Arts Awards on March 25th in Omaha.
Wise and Patsy Koch Johns talk about the fine arts education standards recently passed by the state board of education.
Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra presents a concert called “Czech Landscapes” on March 14th. We’ll get a preview.
Judy Hart and Mary Douglass from the Angels Company talk about the production “Las Hermanas Padilla” opening at the Lied Center's Johnny Carson Theater on March 20th.
The UNL Brass Quintet’s performance on March 17th features a premiere of “NeBRASSka” by Bruce Broughton. Group members Scott Anderson and Craig Fuller tell us all about it.
Adrian Baker and Chaske Spencer talk about the Vision Maker Film Festival featuring Native American films in Kearney, Lincoln, and Omaha.
Rebecca Fischer of the the Chiara Quartet talks about their next concert on March 20th and their new CD.
The next IAS artist Andrew Solomon is in Lincoln for a show.
Dr. Roger Cognard, an Emeritus faculty member at Nebraska Wesleyan University, tells us about the Nebraska Wesleyan production of "Midsummer Night's Dream," that starts March 14th.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln History Harvest project, along with the Nebraska State Historical Society will host its 2014 History Harvest on March 15th. Jake Friefeld tells us how they go about preserving your family treasures.
Stacey Waite and Scott Winter tell us all about Air Schooner, the audio component to Prairie Schooner.
The New Century Sax Quartet music plays a concert in Kearney on March 20th. Drew Hayes gives us preview of what to expect at their show.
Also, an Omaha arts feature from KVNO.
And, a Ross film review.
Friday Live is a weekly arts magazine hosted by NET Radio’s Genevieve Randall that usually broadcasts from The Mill coffee house in Lincoln's Haymarket district on Fridays at 9 a.m. Central on all stations of NET Radio. If you can't catch the show in person, on the radio, or on the web, it is available later the same day as a podcast.
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